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, しょう
1. chapter, section
Noun, used as a suffix
2. medal, badge, insignia
, ぶんしょう, もんじょう, もんぞう
1. writing, composition, essay, article, prose, (writing) style
See 文・ぶん・1
2. sentence
, けんしょう
, じゅしょう
Takes suru, See 授章
reception of a decoration, reception of an order
, くんしょう
decoration, order, medal
文化勲, ぶんかくんしょう
Order of Culture, Order of Cultural Merit
慌てる, 周てる, あわてる
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
1. to become confused (disconcerted, disorganized, disorganised), to be flustered, to panic
usu. 慌てて
2. to hurry, to rush, to hasten
, がくしょう
(musical) movement
瑞宝, ずいほうしょう
Orders of the Sacred Treasure
, こうしょう
school badge, school emblem, school insignia
, もんしょう
crest, coat of arms
, きゅうしょう
ancient laws
, じしょう
following chapter
, しゅうしょう
Takes suru, See 周章狼狽, literary or formal term
confusion, panic
, ぜんしょう
prior chapter
, ぼうしょう
cap badge
, ほんしょう
this chapter
, 廻, かいしょう
1. circular, circulating letter
See 返書
2. response letter, reply letter
, ひょうしょう
Takes suru
1. symbol, emblem, image
2. expressing, representation, making clear (e.g. someone's virtues)
, しょうく
chapter and verse, paragraph, passage
, しょうせつ
chapters and sections, chapter and verse
, りゃくしょう
miniature medal or decoration
, しゅしょう
beginning of a book
, きょうしょう
badge (worn on the chest), medal, insignia
, 國, こくしょう
national emblem, (national) coat of arms
, じゅしょう
ribbon, cordon
, 掌程, しょうてい
law, rule, ordinance, charter
, ししょう
city symbol, city emblem
, 篇, へんしょう
1. volumes and chapters
2. composition, writing
, きしょう
See 旗印・はたじるし・1
flag insignia
, しょうどう
May take 'no', Astronomy term
, かんしょう
See 間奏・かんそう
1. interlude, intermission
2. insert chapter, special chapter
, せいしょう
star (badge)
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